The Inn on Crescent Lake is more than happy to help guests have the wedding of their dreams. The mansion is the perfect venue for small intimate weddings or events. For weddings, there are packages available which can accommodate from 2 to 50 guests and include most of the details couples need taken care of for their big day. Couples can choose to have their ceremony indoors or outdoors and whether they would like to rent a tent or not. The entire property can be booked for private functions from reunions to conferences and of course, weddings.
If more than 50 guests are attending, there is a per-person charge. The grounds of the Inn, as well as the historic charm of the mansion itself, make for stunning photographs. The staff are more than happy to customize a plan to suit the needs of anyone planning a function and wishing to have it held at Inn on Crescent Lake. Weddings which require booking the entire establishment can be held on Friday or Saturdays only, while small, intimate weddings for two can be held throughout the week.
The Inn on Crescent Lake is situated on a beautiful 22 acre property which is lovingly maintained for the sake of Mother Nature as well as for the enjoyment of the guests. This is a non-smoking environment with only designated areas for smoking.
The Inn has a relaxing seven person hot tub plus a full size outdoor pool for guest use. The poolside deck is a great place to sit back in a lounger and enjoy the scenery and birds. In the evening, guests can sit by the fire pit and enjoy the glow of a summer’s evening fire.
If guests are looking for activities, there are paddleboats, row boats and fishing boats for use as well as beautiful, peaceful walking trails to explore. Guests can opt to bring along their fishing gear and try their hand at angling the waters of the lake.
The Inn on Crescent Lake is only open to adults and children over the age of 16.
Rooms start at $125 per night.
1261 St Louis Ave, Excelsior Springs, MO 64024, website, Phone: 816-630-6745
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